Scholarships for after you graduate
Scholarships administered by the University of Auckland
A Scholarship of up to $30,000 for overseas postgraduate study or $10,000 for postgraduate study in the School of Music at the University of Auckland, to assist Music performance graduates to further their musical education.
A Scholarship of up to $30,000 to assist graduates of the University of Auckland with further postgraduate study overseas in the fields of Art History, English Literature, English or Fine Arts.
To see profiles of past recipients of the Anne Reid Memorial Trust Scholarship visit https://armt.org.nz/.
An Award of up to $20,000 to support a Vocational Trainee in Ophthalmology with the costs of overseas postgraduate training.
Offered every two years, this is a Scholarship of up to $100,000 per annum for up to two years of study to support a University of Auckland alumnus to gain an MBA from a top-flight international school.
The Scholarship is generously funded by Andrew Bagnall, founder of Gulliver's Travel, and MBA graduate from Michigan State University.
Scholarships of up to $30,000 for full-time or part-time postgraduate enrolment in Theological and Religious Studies at the University of Auckland or an approved overseas theological institution.
A $5,000 Scholarship to support Architecture graduates undertaking futher study overseas.
An Award to support University of Auckland students and graduates enrolling in a US university and US citizens and permanent residents to study at the University of Auckland.
Up to $16,000 in Scholarships to support New Zealand citizens intending to enrol in postgraduate study in instrumental or vocal skills overseas.
A $10,000 Award to support a graduate of a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Chemical and Materials Engineering who is enrolling in an MBA at the University of Auckland or a comparable university.
A Scholarship of up to $27,000 pa for up to three years to support a PhD student in Architecture, who is a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, to study at the University of Auckland or overseas.
Scholarships administered externally
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Fulbright New Zealand offers a range of exchange awards for New Zealanders and Americans wanting to study, research, teach or present their work in each other's country.
Applications are made via Fulbright New Zealand.
The Fulbright Adviser for the University of Auckand is Associate Professor Yvonne Underhill-Sem.
The Rhodes Scholarships are postgraduate awards supporting outstanding all-round students at the University of Oxford and providing transformative opportunities for exceptional individuals.
Applications are made via Universities New Zealand.
The Rhodes Scholarship Adviser for the University of Auckland is Professor David Williams.
The Woolf Fisher Scholarships enable New Zealand university graduates to study for three or four years for a doctorate at the University of Cambridge.
Applications are made via Universities New Zealand.
Fully funded scholarships to undertake any master's course at any UK university, includes flights, accomodation and course fees.
For more information and to apply visit Chevening Scholarships.
New Zealand medical graduates are invited to apply for funding to visit the United Kingdom to foster their clinical medical training and research interests. Applications for 2020 close on 31 May 2020.
For more information and to apply visit Graham Aitken Nuffield Medical Postgraduate Travelling Scholarship.
The Commonwealth Fund's Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and Practice provide a unique opportunity for mid-career health services researchers and practitioners from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, and the United Kingdom to spend up to 12 months in the United States, conducting original research and working with leading U.S. health policy experts.
For more information and to apply visit Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and Practice.
Stanford University's Knight-Hennessy Scholars program is open to students who graduated from their undergraduate degree in 2014 or later, and who are enrolling in a full-time graduate degree program at Stanford. Up to 90 students will join the programme in autumn 2021.
Read about 2019 recipient Sinead Brennan-McMahon who graduated from the University of Auckland and is now studying a PhD at Stanford.
Register now for the online information session on Wednesday 17 June.
For more information and to apply visit Knight-Hennessy Scholars.
Applications are invited for the 2020 Master of Contemporary Chinese Studies at the Silk Road School at Renmin University of China. There are four available specializations: Chinese Politics, Chinese Economy, Chinese Law and Chinese Culture.
For more information and to apply visit Silk Road School.
This project provides an opportunity for a PhD student with a background
in marketing to join the ARC Research Hub for Sustainable Onshore
Lobster Aquaculture. There is a living allowance scholarship of $28,092pa (2020 rate) for this project for 3.5 years. PhD enrolment will be at the University of Tasmania.
For more information and to apply visit Sustainable Onshore Lobster Aquaculture.
The Yenching Academy Scholarships offers top scholars the opportunity to study the Master in Chinese Studies programme at the Yenching Academy at Peking University. University of Auckland graduates and current students are eligible to apply for this all-expenses paid scholarship.
Other scholarships and awards
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